The LEGACY program is three phases designed for students from age 11 to completion of their bachelor's degree. LEGACY is intended to introduce STEM at a young age, continue growing students' interest in STEM, and eventually hire these students into a STEM-driven Air Force career. For more information about the program, visit http://wpafbstem.com/LEGACY/legacy_overview.html.
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The STEM Outreach Program is inspiring the next generation of science, technology, engineering and math professionals by encouraging STEM learning through its education and mentoring programs. Participating in nearly 150 events annually, the program encourages students to picture their future selves in a STEM-related career field. It also educates teachers, school counselors and parents about the numerous STEM paths that are available.
Hill’s STEM outreach extends to all grade levels and includes such programs as STARBASE that educates 1,600 of the area’s 5th grade students each year and the premier Air Force STEM program called LEGACY, an apprenticeship-type program for students age 11 through college graduation.
Air Force Civilian Service
STEM Outreach Program Manager